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Who is Kivanc Tatlitug?

Kivanc Tatlitug (October 27, 1983, Adana) is a Turkish actor and former model.

He was born to a mother from Edirne and a Bosnian father from Adana. In 2002, he made a name for himself with the selection of Best Model of Turkey and then Best Model of the World.

Kivanc Tatlitug, who first portrayed the character of Mehmet in the series Gumus, later portrayed the character of Halil in the TV series Menekse and Halil. She took part in the series Ask-i Memnu, adapted from Halid Ziya Usakligil’s novel of the same name. She shared the lead role with Beren Saat in the series in which she played the character of Behlul. In 2010, he took a guest role in the 4-episode Ezel series and played the character of Eight in this series. Between 2011-2013, he played the character of Kuzey in the series Kuzey Guney. Finally, she shared the lead role with Farah Zeynep Abdullah in the TV series Kurt Seyit and Sura.

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How did your modeling career begin?

Her modeling career began with her mother’s modeling advertisement, which she saw in a grocery store window. He liked this profession and evaluated the following offers and became a professional model. After working with agencies for two years, she participated in the 2002 Best Model of Turkey model competition and won the first place. Thus, she was entitled to participate in the Best Model of the World competition in the same year.

Kivanc Tatlitug

Kivanc Tatlitug, who won the Best Model of the World competition, has become a well-known name in the international community. She settled in Paris with the offer of the French modeling agency Success and lived there for 1.5 years. Tatlitug, who learned that he received many series offers during his life in Paris, returned to Turkey to evaluate the offers because he was interested in cinema and television since his childhood. He received acting training from Okan Bayulgen and State Theater actor Lacin Ceylan.

Kivanc Tatlitug

How did he start acting?

He took his first step into acting in 2005 with the Silver series. She shared the lead role with Songul Oden. After Gumus, he played the character of Halil in Menekse and Halil. The Americans starred in the movie Black Sea 2. The biggest step in his career was the character Behlul Haznedar, played in the TV series Ask-i Memnu, adapted from Halit Ziya Usakligil’s novel of the same name, with which he shared the lead role with Beren Saat in 2008. Haznedar, who he portrayed in the series, won Tatlitug the “Best Actor” award at the Golden Butterfly Awards.

Kivanc Tatlitug

In 2010, towards the end of the series, he played a side character named Ezel in the Ezel series. Apart from this, he also appeared in various commercials. She shared the lead role with Bugra Gulsoy in the Kuzey Guney series on Kanal D. In 2013, she shared the lead roles with Mert Firat in the drama film Butterfly Dream, written and directed by Yilmaz Erdogan, about the poetic life.

Kivanc Tatlitug

Tatlitug, II. He portrayed the character of Muzaffer in the movie Butterfly Dream, which tells the life story of poets Rustu Onur and Muzaffer Tayyip Uslu, who lived in Zonguldak during World War II and died of tuberculosis at a young age. The actress continued acting after 2 years with the Cesur ve Guzel series, which was broadcast on Star TV in September 2016 and produced by Ay Yapim.

Kivanc Tatlitug

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